Kevin Hill was born in 1962 and studied viola and piano at the Royal College of Music. In 1984 he joined the Halle Orchestra and appeared regularly with many orchestras including the London Philharmonic, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Ulster Orchestra and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and appeared as guest-principal viola with the Orchestra of St. John’s Smith Square and for a number of years with the orchestra of London City Ballet. He completed a post-graduate course at the Royal College of Music in 1988 studying conducting with Norman Del Mar. His published compositions include Reflections for saxophone and piano, Quintet for saxophone and string quartet, Concerto for trumpet and string orchestra, Momentum for 8 cellos, Four Pieces for Organ, Sinfonia 10 and an orchestral arrangement of 6 Songs Without Words by Mendelssohn. Kevin Hill had been conductor of Haverhill Sinfonia since its inaugural concert in November 1986. In June 2000 he was awarded the MBE, for services to Music, in The Queen’s Birthday Honours.
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